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Friday, April 19, 2019
Bermuda's England Footballers Round Up

Reggie Lambe
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NAHKI WELLS

Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates decent run of form came to an end with a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Blackburn Rovers in W12.

A first-half penalty from Danny Graham and a Bradley Dack goal just after half-time condemned Rangers to a loss in a match where they never really got going. Matt Smith pulled a late one back in injury time but Tony Mowbray’s side held on for the three points.

The defeat leaves Rangers in 17th place with three games of the season remaining and just one at Loftus Road.

Queens Park Rangers were forced into two changes for this Good Friday clash with Angel Rangel and Toni Leistner both missing out through injury and illness respectively.

Wells started on the bench and made his way onto the pitch in the 64th minute replacing Jordan Cousins, in the 79th minute a cross to the far post found Wells who’s volley was between the posts but over the crossbar.

JONTE SMITH

Jonte Smith was once again not in the Oxford United team as his teammates produced another extraordinary home game that saw them defeat Charlton Athletic 2-1 in the most dramatic of fashions.

Trailing to a Lyle Taylor penalty, United roared back to lead through Curtis Nelson and Luke Garbutt. Young keeper Jack Stevens then became the hero with a superb save to keep that lead intact on his debut after Simon Eastwood had been sent off, swiftly followed by Charlton's Chris Solly, as both sides ended the game a man light.

REGGIE LAMBE

Reggie Lambe and his Cambridge United teammates produced a much improved and resolute home performance picking up a point in a goalless draw against Swindon Town, which moved United onto the brink of League Two safety.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Campbell Elected as Social Club New President

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Young Men Social Club recently held their Annual General Meeting (AGM) with a new President Elected.

Vance Campbell has been elected as the Angle Street Clubs new top man, former President Fred Lewis did not seek re-election, Troy Lewis was re-elected as the Vice President. Also elected onto the Executive was Shequita Parson as the Executive Secretary.

History on the club saw somewhere around the 1920's a group of young black men got together at a time when black people did not really have anywhere to socialize. Due to their low income and their family commitments they did not have the money to spend in the existing clubs. This group of men would pool their money and get together for drinks and to play card game and just enjoy the company of one another. They started out in the basement of a neighbour's home and eventually decided that they would try to purchase a clubhouse. So in the 1950's they decided on a property on the corner of Angle Street & Princess Street and approached the bank for a loan. They were successful in their application and Mr. Brown and Mr. Place were amongst the names recorded on the Deeds.

They also purchased a playing field on St. John's Road called the Sports Arena, also known as Cassarina Park , currently BGA warehouse; There was a small building on the property at Angle/Princess Street which they used as a clubhouse.
Monday, April 15, 2019
Bermuda Referee Corner Live 5:30pm

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www.islandstats.com and the Bermuda Football Association have joined forces again this Season in a bid to encourage more Referees to join the ranks.

This segment takes place from the BFA Office and will feature Bermuda Referee President Lionel Cann and Chairman of the Referees Crenstant Williams.

Weekly www.islandstats.com will be interviewing Referees and Officials to discuss several issues including Laws of the game.

Bermuda Referees will join host Earl Basden to discuss Referee Issues.

 
 
Monday, April 15, 2019
BFA To Host Symposium & Awards

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The Bermuda Football Association President Mark Wade and General Secretary David Sabir held a Press Conference inside the Clyde Best Center of Excellence Boardroom to announce the Association will hold its annual Awards Gala on Saturday, April 27th at City Hall in Hamilton, with former Trinidad & Tobago international and West Ham United goalkeeper and current ESPN FC Analyst Shaka Hislop as the special guest.

It was stated during the Press Conference, “The Bermuda Football Association [BFA] Premier and First Division League season came to an end yesterday Sunday, April 14th with an entertaining FA Cup Final which produced a 5-goal thriller between Premier League Runners-up Robin Hood and the ever-present X-Roads Warriors at the National Sports Center.

“There were some outstanding performances throughout the season; full of highs and low but now is the time for the Association to turn its attention to celebrating and acknowledging those individuals and teams whose performances deserve our admiration.

“The Association will hold its annual Awards Gala on Saturday, April 27th at the majestic City Hall in Hamilton at 7:30 p.m. This years’ Awards theme is fittingly titled “Heroes!” Never more important is the need for our Island community to highlight all that is good about Bermuda and sports has always been recognized as a vehicle in which to promote the best of the best.

“The BFA is very proud to have as our special guest for the Awards Gala, former Trinidad & Tobago international and West Ham United goalkeeper and current ESPN FC Analyst Shaka Hislop. Shaka is seen by many in his homeland and at West Ham as a hero and we are certain that he will have some very special words to say to our players and coaches during his time in Bermuda.

“As in previous editions of the BFA Awards, the Association will celebrate the most outstanding performers from this past season in both the Premier and First Divisions.

“Players and Coaches who were nominated by their Clubs will be recognized in following categories: Best Defensive Player, Best Goalkeeper, Coach of the Year, Most Valuable Young Player and the coveted Most Valuable Player of the Year.

“Awards will also be presented to the Fair Play Team of the Year and the Highest Goal Scorer. The Young Referee of the Year and the Referee of the Year will also be awarded.

“The Association will also be recognizing five Legends who will champion the 2019 edition of the BFA Legends Scholarship awards.

“The Association will also present it Order of Merit Awards which recognized those individuals and organization that have made significant contribution to the Bermuda Football Association and the sport of football general at the Association level or within their Club.

“The complete list of BFA Legends and Order of Merit Awardees can be found on the BFA website at www.bermudafa.com

“Tickets to the Awards Gala are $20.00 and will go on sale this coming Friday, April19th from the BFA Office. For more information on the Annual Awards Ceremony, please call the BFA Office at 295-2199 or email bfa@bermudafootball.com.

“In closing, we would like to take this opportunity to thank our players, coaches, Clubs, referees and fans for their tremendous support ensuring that another football season has been completed. Many thanks also to our corporate sponsors and the Bermuda Government for their continued support of the BFA and our programs.

“Finally, we express our appreciation and thanks to our media colleagues who continue to cover football and ensure that it maintains its prominence as the sport of choice and recognizing that football is the number one sport in Bermuda and around the world.”

 
 
Sunday, April 14, 2019
FA Challenge Cup Final

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Robin Hood 3 X-Road's 2

Shakir Smith gave Robin Hood the lead on the 3rd minute when he converted from close range following a cross from Lejuan Simmons.

In the 22nd minute doubled the lead when Tomiko Goater found the back of the net through a maze of players.

Donovan Thompson brought X-Road's back into the match when he rounded Dale Eve in the Robin Hood goal and scored from an angle.

Simmons restored the Robin Hood two goals lead in the 34th minute. He beat an advancing X-Road's goalkeeper Dashun Cooper. Minutes later Simmons was withdrawn from the match with a groin pull.

X-Road's pulled a goal back in stoppage time when a Paul Simons found the back of the net making the half time score 3-2.
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